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Poster: cream-puff-war Date: Sep 6, 2007 9:59am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: New GD CD: "From The Grateful Dead - Vault 3"

Compare the Rhino.com new music releases home page to the Sundazed.com new music releases home page:

SUNDAZED:

• Technicolor Web of Sound
The Technicolor Web of Sound is a leader in playing the best 60s psychedelic rock music ever recorded, from the obvious classics to incredibly obscure gems that have long been forgotten. To complement the comprehensive playlist, TWOS also includes authentic, vintage 60s period radio commercials, news bites and DJ drop-ins. While you're listening, be sure to visit the TWOS website at www.techwebsound.com to look up artist info, chat in the forum, sign the guestbook, or surf our links page.

NEW RELEASES / OCTOBER
Moby Grape – Stereo Edition
Compact Disc
Available October 9th!

Moby Grape – Mono Edition
High-Definition Vinyl LP
Available October 9th!

Few debuts are as initially powerful and permanently impressive as this 1967 set from San Francisco’s Moby Grape.
Wow, the sophomore album by multi-talented Moby Grape, brims with ambition, adventure and a determination to show the world the San Francisco quintet could do it all. Firmly in the post-Pepper spirit...

MOBY GRAPE
Grape Jam
Compact Disc
Available October 9th!

Grape Jam
High-Definition Vinyl LP
Available October 9th!

Originally issued as a companion album to Moby Grape’s sophomore set Wow in 1968, Grape Jam remains one of the more adventurous artifacts of late-’60s rock. As much as Wow.

THE BYRDS
Lazy Days b/w Reputation
7" Vinyl Single
Available Now!

Recorded during the earliest period of the Sweetheart of the Rodeo sessions, these March 1968 Nashville recordings are presented here for the first time ever in their unique mono mixes.

BOB DYLAN
Nashville Skyline
High-Definition Vinyl LP
Available Now!

For a Bob Dylan album — and one that many consider to be his best — Nashville Skyline doesn’t mess around with ambiguity. It’s a country album, plain and simple, with Dylan abandoning his fabled talk-sing...

Following in the wild 'n' noisy tradition of the first five volumes of Sundazed's ’60s garage-punk marathon, we have the supreme pleasure to loudly announce that Volumes 6 and 7 of Garage Beat...

THE BYRDS
Sweetheart of the Rodeo
High-Definition Vinyl LP

Sweetheart of the Rodeo will forever be revered as the Byrds' 1968 album that opened the eyes of the hip and the young to country music. Whether it was the first country-rock album doesn't really matter....

FAINE JADE
Introspection: A Faine Jade Recital
Compact Disc
High-Definition Vinyl LP

The brilliant psychedelic rock 'n' roll of Faine Jade passed through the orange-colored skies of 1968 like a pink and lavender comet, then was gone... Fortunately Jade left behind a wondrous album to detail his amazing, one-way voyage through the night skies. Introspection: A Faine Jade Recital...

GANDALF
Gandalf 2
Compact Disc
The exotic, mindbending sounds of Gandalf have long been one of the great lost treasures of the first psychedelic era. Featuring the breathy vocals and lysergic guitar of Peter Sando, the band's only album, a delight from start to finish, has generated a fervent demand for more of the same.

THE FIVE AMERICANS
Early Americans
High-Definition Vinyl LP
The Five Americans, five Oklahoma kids who blew the roof off the national charts when they moved to Dallas in 1966 and cut smashes like “I See the Light” and “Western Union,” recorded plenty of swaggering garage material just before their chart-topping days at Abnak Records.

• UGLY THINGS #25 OUT NOW!
224 pages / Perfect bound / Full-color glossy cover. Our big cover story this time is on THE MUSIC MACHINE, a lengthy feature including interviews with once-silent members Keith Olsen and Mark Landon from the original lineup, and Alan Wisdom and Harry Garfield from the second edition, plus tons of amazing photos, many previously unpublished.
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RHINO:


New Releases

Ringtones & More

Limited-edition collectibles and unearthed treasures

Watch old videos ’til you’re blue in the face

Love Is The Song We Sing: San Francisco Nuggets 1965-1970
Tell The World: The Very Best Of Ratt
David Lynch's Inland Empire
The Doors -Live In Boston 1970
Stephen Stills - Just Roll Tape - April 26th 1968
The Very Best Of Tracy Lawrence
Grateful Dead - Three From The Vault
Queensryche - Mindcrime At The Moore
Jersey Beat: The Music Of Frankie Valli & The 4 Seasons
The Traveling Wilburys Collection

New DVD/Video Releases
Ratt - Videos From The Cellar: The Atlantic Years
Pet Shop Boys - Cubism In Concert
Mystery Science Theater 3000 Vol. 11
Twisted Sister - The Video Years
Elvis Costello: The Juliet Letters
Damn Yankees Uprising
Atlantic Records: The House That Ahmet Built

Limited Edition Collectibles
Cactus
Fully Unleashed: The Live Gigs, Vol. 2

Rhino Handmade's got blisters on its fingers from all of the Cactus it's been handling!

The Very Best Of
The Doobie Brothers

Original Broadway Cast
Jersey Boys

As Seen On TV

New Office Ghetto
Kinda like limbo, but without the frivolity

But You Should Own It Anyway
Endless Highway: The Music Of The Band

A long-overdue Band tribute album, featuring cuts by Death Cab For Cutie, Jack Johnson, Gomez, Widespread Panic, Roseanne Cash, Bruce Hornsby, My Morning Jacket, and others.

Heaven & Hell
Transformers
Chicago
Monkees
Black Sabbath
Nuggets
The Doors
Bee Gees
Have A Nice Day
Genesis
Grateful Dead
Cactus
Traveling Wilburys
Ratt

Skirball Center Summer Concert Series:
An Interview with Cecillia Noel Part 1 of an interview with Michael Nesmith of the Monkees Lefsetz:
Rubberband Man

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry

Luck Be A Lady
Rhino's Guide to Vegas

Foghat: Still Live And Kicking
An Interview with drummer Roger Earl

Memo to Rhino CEOs:
Pull The Plug on Tapers Section dl;-)





This post was modified by cream-puff-war on 2007-09-06 16:59:46